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I have an '03 Suzuki Aerio. Both temperature lights come on and flash and the car won't start.

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  • raven1041 Feb 11, 2009

    I was driving and all of a sudden the car just died. Both the cold and the hot lights blink back and forth and the car won't start even after waiting overnight and trying to start it in the morning. 2003 Suzuki Aerio SX

  • chase stewart Jan 10, 2016

    Did u ever figure out the problem? I'm have same issue..



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Chances are the ecm or computer thinks the vehicle is overheated and will not allow it to start for safety reasons. Check the sensors or replace them.

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